Bill of sale, dated 24 April 1765, for African-American woman named Mondo from Martha Vernor to Benjamin Garrison. Signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of Alexander Munro.
Bill of sale for a female slave child signed by Daniel Hall, Eastern Shore, August 2, 1788; letter of C. Watts, Exeter, England to [?] concerning Rose Johnson who was reportedly living on the Eastern Shore, Virginia, May 29, 1820; letter from Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy to Frederick Herman thanking him for his favorable review of "Profiles in Courage," February 4, 1956; and letter from John Melville Jennings to Frederick Herman concerning the elusive Rose Johnson, February 21, 1973.
Account book, 1774-1781, of Edward Moss, of Elizabeth City County, Va. Includes a memorandum stating Edward Moss came to live with John Cary. Also includes record of sale of slaves. On one page, "Miles Cary this hand and pen 1777" and another page, "Memorandum, John Cary set of to Hog Ireland [ Hog Island] in 1774."
Ledger, 1786-1797, of Richard Corbin of Caroline County, Va. including farm accounts and records of slaves.